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Latest Episodes of the SC Business Review
  • James Chappell, president of SCbio in Greenville, S.C.
    Our next guest’s organization is accepting applications into its new accelerator program formed through a partnership with the Massachusetts Biotechnology Council. Mike Switzer interviews James Chappell, president of SCbio in Greenville, S.C.
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    Mike Switzer interviews Anthony Colancecco, a certified financial planner with Ballentine Capital Advisors in Greenville, S.C.
Latest episodes of Walter Edgar's Journal
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    In 1976, the Cowpens, SC, Bicentennial Committee decided that the next town festival would be called the Mighty Moo Festival in honor of former crewmen of the USS Cowpens WWII aircraft carrier. Over the years since, many veterans who served on the ship during the war have attended the festival along with their families. Today, the town continues to celebrate the service of the carrier each father's day.In his book, The Mighty Moo: The USS Cowpens and Her Epic World War II Journey from Jinx Ship to the Navy’s First Carrier into Tokyo Bay, Nathan Canestaro tells the story of the ship and its untested crew who earned a distinguished combat record and beat incredible odds to earn 12 battle stars in the Pacific.Nathan joins us this week to talk about The Might Moo.
  • Two of four slave cabins restored at Magnolia Plantation and Gardens in Charleston. May 17, 2023
    Victoria Hansen
    South Carolina Public Radio
    This week we're talking with Joseph McGill and Herb Frazier, authors of Sleeping with the Ancestors: How I Followed the Footprints of Slavery (2023, Hachette).Since founding the Slave Dwelling Project in 2010, Joseph McGill has been spending the night in slave dwellings throughout the South, but also the in North and in the West, where people are often surprised to learn that such structures exist. Events and gatherings arranged around these overnight stays have provided a unique way to understand the complex history of slavery. McGill and Frazier talk with us about how the project got started and about the sometimes obscured or ignored aspects of the history in the United States.
Latest Episodes of the SC Lede
  • Sen. Tim Scott is one of several Republicans on former President Donald Trump’s short list for running mate.
    On this episode of the South Carolina Lede for June 18, 2024: a look at some comments made by Sen. Tim Scott about being on the shortlist as a potential running mate for former President Donald Trump, and a recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling prohibiting bump stocks; and more!
  • South Carolina Public Radio’s Maayan Schechter, SCGOP Chairman Drew McKissick and SCETV’s Gavin Jackson on set during the election night show on SCETV.
    Andre Bellamy
    On this episode of the South Carolina Lede for June 12, 2024, we have a full recap and analysis of the 2024 June SC primaries.
More Local and National News
SC Public Radio and Anne Springs Close Greenway announce a new music experience, the Rooted Rhythm Music Series! On July 6, we welcome Darrell Scott and Chatham County Line.

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